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Today’s post is brought to you in pain. I, a {pretty responsible} twenty-five year old threw caution to the wind on Saturday and moshed and headbanged into the early hours of Saturday. What? They were playing some of my favourite rock songs! I pretended to be a groupie and just went mad. Needless to say, I spent an hour or two, while the others were partying, with my head on my handbag – my neck too sore to even lift up.

That afternoon was much nicer though and Flip treated me to some delicious handmade ice cream, that his company delivers all the way from Cape Town. I got myself the Butter Scotch flavoured Nice Cream, while Flip opted for the Chocolate Nice Cream. We drove all the way to Mellisa’s in Parkhurst for the treat and made a day out of it, dogs included.

While my ice cream tasted like it was made by angels, Flip’s had an awful egg aftertaste. Perhaps that explains the face.

The two main streets of the suburb, 4th and 6th are always a hive with activity, the one providing a culinary side, with little shops tucked in between, while the other is scattered with design and interior decorating shops.

The tree-lined streets are definitely my favourite feature and makes for a lovely walk! The dogs loved it too!

PS: seeing as this was an update on my weekend, I’m linking up with Sami for Weekend Update.

10 Responses to “Ice Cream in Parkhurst”

  1. emi

    how fun! love outings like this..too bad about the egg aftertaste though! haha love the face! xo
    darling blog!!!

  2. Sam

    Your Saturday night sounds so fun! I’ve never been to this side of Jhb, thanks for letting me know about the ice cream place, butterscotch sounds divine and I must try to out soon.

  3. Marlen

    hahah oh my, sounds like quite the concert! i laughed at how you just kept you head on your purse, just too sore to pick it up. and at least you got icecream to compensate for your pain 😉

    and how cool are those trees?! so pretty

    xo Marlen
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